New Zealand national rugby sevens team
|Nickname(s)||All Blacks Sevens|
|Union||New Zealand Rugby Union|
|Head coach||Clark Laidlaw|
|Top scorer||Tomasi Cama (2026)|
|Top try scorer||Tim Mikkelson (168)|
|Home stadium||Westpac Stadium|
|Rugby World Cup Sevens|
|Appearances||6 (First in 1993)|
|Best result||Champions (2001, 2013)|
The team played for the first time at the 1973 International Seven-A-Side Tournament. In 1983 it first entered the Hong Kong Sevens, where it has been champion 10 times and runner-up another 10 times.
The team has won twelve of the fifteen IRB Sevens World Series events. Since 2000 when the series first started, the only times they have not won the series were in 2006 when Fiji were crowned champions, 2009 won by South Africa, 2010 when they came second to Samoa and 2015/2016 when Fiji won the series back to back.The team has won 47 tournaments out of 122 held.
In the 2006–07 series, it was left until the last round at Murrayfield, Edinburgh, to find out who would win. If Fiji had won their quarter-final against Wales then they would have won the series but they lost 21–14. This meant that New Zealand needed to win the final against Samoa to win the title. With a convincing six tries to one, 34–5 scoreline, they did just that and were crowned champions.
The 2007–08 series saw New Zealand set several records. They became the first team in the nine-year history of the IRB Sevens to have won the first four events of a season, having won the Dubai, South Africa, Wellington and USA tournaments. During the USA Sevens, they broke their own record, set in 2001 and 2002, for most consecutive match wins in the IRB Sevens. The team extended their streak of tournaments won to the first five of the season, and a record seven overall, by defeating South Africa in the final of the 2008 Hong Kong Sevens.
Their record streaks of tournaments won (7) and match wins (47) ended in the final of the Adelaide Sevens with a 15–7 defeat to South Africa. Although they would lose to England in the Cup quarterfinals of the next event, the London Sevens, they won the second-level Plate final, giving them enough points to secure the 2007–08 series crown with one round to spare.
- Runner-up: 2014
World Rugby Sevens Series
New Zealand has won the World Rugby Sevens Series a record 12 times. No other county has won more than twice. New Zealand were particularly dominant in the early years of the Series, winning the first six series.
|World Series record|
|Olympics Games record|
Rugby World Cup Sevens
|World Cup record|
Other international tournaments
There are no fixtures available for 1999–2004
Head coach: Gordon Tietjens
|#||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Events||Points||Union|
|1||FW||Scott Curry (c)||17 May 1988 (aged 28)||31||360||Bay of Plenty|
|2||BK||Tim Mikkelson||13 August 1986 (aged 29)||62||882||Waikato|
|3||FW||Akira Ioane||16 June 1995 (aged 21)||9||77||Blues|
|4||FW||DJ Forbes||15 December 1982 (aged 33)||79||687||Counties Manukau|
|5||BK||Lewis Ormond||05 February 1994 (aged 22)||8||82||Taranaki|
|6||BK||Augustine Pulu||04 January 1990 (aged 26)||6||45||Blues|
|7||FW||Sam Dickson||28 October 1989 (aged 26)||29||232||Canterbury|
|8||BK||Gillies Kaka||28 May 1990 (aged 26)||30||721||Hawke's Bay|
|9||BK||Regan Ware||07 August 1994 (aged 21)||9||85||Bay of Plenty|
|10||BK||Rieko Ioane||18 March 1997 (aged 19)||10||265||Blues|
|11||BK||Joe Webber||27 August 1993 (aged 22)||23||357||Bay of Plenty|
|12||BK||Sonny Bill Williams||03 August 1985 (aged 31)||6||20||Blues|
|13||BK||Sione Molia||05 September 1993 (aged 22)||6||35||Counties Manukau|
- Clark Laidlaw (Head Coach as of June 1, 2017)
- Damian Karauna (Assistant Coach)
- Mark Harvey (Conditioning coach)
- allblacks.com (1 June 2012). "AllBlacks name extended to NZSevens and NZMaori". Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- "NZ Sevens on top of the world". Television New Zealand. Newstalk ZB. 4 June 2007. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
- "New Zealand maintain Series dominance in USA" (Press release). International Rugby Board. 10 February 2008. Retrieved 2008-02-11.
- "South Africa halt kiwi winning streak" (Press release). International Rugby Board. 6 April 2008. Retrieved 2008-04-06.
- "Samoa win London Sevens as NZ clinch Series" (Press release). International Rugby Board. 25 May 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-25.
- "Historic first for Rugby Sevens as 24 athletes named for Olympic Games". New Zealand Olympic Committee. 3 July 2016. Retrieved 4 July 2016.